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The Intellectual Property Bill, part of which is designed to criminalise the blatant copying of designs, passed through the House of Lords on Tuesday with a new defence.
Russia’s IP office, Rospatent, has rejected a trademark application for a slang word connoting heavy alcoholic drinking.
New Zealand has become the latest country to join the Nice Agreement for the classification of goods and services.
The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys has called for draft British IP legislation to be re-worded so that it targets only the “deliberate and sustained” copying of designs.
The government of South Africa has objected to an application to register the word ‘Rooibos’ as a trademark for selling tea in France.
A UK sports retailer has been told it cannot launch a new range of boxing clothing because it infringes on an existing trademark.
Law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP has bolstered its IP department by taking on Weisun Rao as a shareholder in its IP and technology practise in Chicago.
International police agency Interpol has seized 24 million fake goods in a global crackdown on counterfeiting and illicit trading.
Fashion magazine Vogue has failed to transfer a website in a cybersquatting case that provoked a long dissenting opinion from one panellist.
Tunisia is set to become the latest country to join the Madrid Protocol for the registration of international trademarks.
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